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    I don't care if you left a personal belonging...

    I don't care if you left a personal belonging behind on the workout station to call "save's" I am gonna use it and tell you to fukc off.
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    I am a firm believer in "you are only as strong...

    I am a firm believer in "you are only as strong in the range of motion you do". Planche has demonstrated that to me. You can train to hold a solid clean tuck planche for 30-60 seconds, that will not...
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    My upper arms and forearms are naturally...

    My upper arms and forearms are naturally separated looking. If I don't work out at all and get fat over time (this happened), the forearms are still very separated looking, upper arms I'd have to...
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    I'm at straddle planche, form and how strong I...

    I'm at straddle planche, form and how strong I feel in it is improving every workout. Planche is leaning forward till your feet come off the ground and you start falling forward but are strong enough...
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    Jeff isn't really a calisthenics person. He found...

    Jeff isn't really a calisthenics person. He found a different way to explain and train for hollow body. If you lay on your back and make lower back flat, that is pulling your pelvis in. And yes...
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    A lot of people don't know, I see people at my...

    A lot of people don't know, I see people at my gym doing plank with lower back sag or too arched. I see people do leg lifts with hands under their lower back, if they were actually engaging the abs...
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    Bodyweight wise, you can work on Dragon Press....

    Bodyweight wise, you can work on Dragon Press. Besides core, it really hits the triceps and rear delts. I think triceps/rear delts are the only muscles involved in pressing you up or at least the...
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    I'm a calisthenics person. Front lever holds and...

    I'm a calisthenics person. Front lever holds and front lever pull ups is horizontal. I work on that a lot. Get strong at retraction so that you can retract to have upper body horizontal, legs...
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    You probably did sleep on your shoulder. Try...

    You probably did sleep on your shoulder. Try doing floor angles

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    Simple stretch, so simple I thought it was pointless when I had some shoulder pain and didn't do them. Till I thought...
  • The up position of a bicep curl (guessing that is...

    The up position of a bicep curl (guessing that is what you mean) the weight is resting on your palm. You don't even have to grip it if you don't go past 90 . At the bottom, it's all grip.
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    I train core every day. All my planche and front...

    I train core every day. All my planche and front lever progression needs it and it's what's holding me back along with shoulder rotation strength. Besides that I also do hollow body holds, rocks and...
  • When I stopped trying to go from being fat to fit...

    When I stopped trying to go from being fat to fit next week, next month, 6 months, next year. Just made sure I was consistent, didn't do any crazy low calorie starve yourself, hate it, forced crap....
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    I was thinking it'd be that before clicking and...

    I was thinking it'd be that before clicking and was going to post it myself. Watched it a while back when I was going through trying to correct golfers elbow. Along with other things, I used a finger...
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    Do both and more. Decide for yourself....

    Do both and more. Decide for yourself. Supposedly, using fingers more puts you at a greater risk of golfers elbow. I do as much palm as possible, thumb over the two fingers next to it. Fingers over...
  • I get this at Sam's Club. Costco probably has...

    I get this at Sam's Club. Costco probably has better, but it's a long drive to my nearest Costco and Sam's is just a couple miles away. It's just buns and the chicken patty. I take it apart, heat the...
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    One of my gyms, the area I use is kinda low...

    One of my gyms, the area I use is kinda low ceiling and not really good air movement and lighting. Other one I use has very high ceilings and huge industrial fans that puts out a nice breeze and also...
  • Do it with as little range of motion as possible....

    Do it with as little range of motion as possible. Sag the lower body and go down till knees touch the ground if it is required that some part of body touches ground to count that as a rep. Or if it's...
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    I'm back and forth on this. Training core...

    I'm back and forth on this. Training core directly would help with my planche and front lever progression. But I think progressing on my planche and front lever trains my core, so I should just do...
  • Yes, genetics makes a huge difference. I lived in...

    Yes, genetics makes a huge difference. I lived in Florida for almost 6 years, most Cubans are not genetically more muscular than any other race. But yes, genetics makes a huge difference. Some guys...
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    Benches provide bracing, on your feet you gotta...

    Benches provide bracing, on your feet you gotta lean forward and use your legs. Incline to overhead press probably translates better to most sports.

    Like if you are going to push a car where it's...
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